Cranberry enjoys a balanced economy. In addition to being a regional retail center with an easy commute from Pittsburgh, the heart of Cranberry’s local economy is its growing family of corporate, industrial and research organizations. Today, more people commute to jobs in Cranberry than the other way around. That’s because Cranberry is the region’s emerging center for technology, logistics, engineering and customer service.

Cranberry is home to major operations of McKesson, Alcoa, Verizon Wireless, Mine Safety Appliance and Westinghouse. It is also the base for a growing number of leading-edge startups as well as for manufacturing, finance, retail and hospitality businesses. Easy Interstate connections, low taxes, and a highly-educated workforce help to make Cranberry Township a great place in which to do business.

A series of office, business, and industrial parks within the Township accommodate the needs of businesses of every size; see our Business Parks listing. There are a number of other economic advantages to doing business in Cranberry Township as well. For additional information, check The Cranberry Plan

The local economy of Cranberry Township is based on a variety of commercial activities including industrial, laboratory, corporate office, logistical, financial, healthcare, service, and consumer retail businesses.

Cranberry Township Business Hub